In March of 2008, Shawn Jackson left his job as the Director of Recruiting at Missouri under Coach Pinkel to become the head coach at Obion County HS in Tennessee. While at Mizzou, he was inspired by their "Plan to Win" and the Mat Program workouts, and decided to institute his own version at Obion County called "Warrior Games".
Prior to taking the job, Obion County had went 0-10. Jackson went 0-10 in his first season, and then assembled his own staff and began the Warrior Games and success soon followed. Since that point, they have reached the playoffs in 3 straight seasons (a first in school history), and last year broke several offensive records and finished 9-3.
The following video is an inside look at the intensity of the Warrior Games and Obion County football including access inside meetings, the coaches office, and the weight room and indoor facility. Some very good coaching content here.